For various reasons, whether outdated gender roles or old-fashioned stereotypes, fathers are often seen as unwilling or incapable of adequately caring for their children. The truth is, however, that most fathers can provide their children with the same care, affection and parental guidance that a mother can.
In Tennessee there is no presumption in the law that a mother is automatically entitled to custody. While some judges are more traditional than others, courts can and do award custody to fathers based on “the best interest of the child” principle.
Ken Lawson is a staunch supporter of fathers’ rights and has decades of experience fighting for the best interest of children. At your free consultation, we will explore any fathers’ rights issues you may be facing and map out a strategy.
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